Drawing A Line Somewhere

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Each of us has things which we say we cannot stand (beyond, like for me, eggplant). Yet in Unitarian Universalism, along with many other faith communities, we also (perhaps too often?) say “All Are Welcome.” So: which is it? How, why, and when do we find and draw a line, set a boundary, address a difference or a conflict directly?

Rev. Heather Rion Starr (she/her/hers) is the Minister for the UUs of Southern Delaware, in Lewes (DE). She is a life-long UU, raised in Oregon, a graduate of Starr King School for the Ministry, and has been serving as a parish minister since 2006. In 2010, she met her now-spouse, Rev. Cathy Rion Starr (they/them), and they served together as Co-Ministers of the Unitarian Society of Hartford (CT) for seven years. They have two young children–Robin and Braden–and all four are enjoying adjusting to life in coastal Delaware, where Robin is loving horseback riding and Braden enjoys bicycling. Rev. Heather writes: “it’s an honor to get to share some of my thoughts with you all!”

Worship Leader: Rev. Heather Rion Starr